Joyce Chau

Registered Physiotherapist
“My job is more than just treating injuries – it’s the ability to put together a picture of a whole person and act as a guide for you to better understand your body.”

I’ve always believed that there is great power in listening. And as a physiotherapist, it’s the most important part of my job. When a patient starts telling me about themselves, even if it’s not related to the physical symptoms they’re experiencing, it provides me with clues to better understand their body.

I always tell my patients that their pain isn’t as straightforward as it seems. You might come to me with obvious knee pain, but my job is to help put the puzzle pieces together to figure out where that pain is really coming from. My job is more than just treating injuries – it’s the ability to put together a picture of a whole person, figuring out the root cause of their pain and act as a guide for them to better understand their body.

No two patients are the same, which is why I don’t have a favourite exercise or modality to work with. I enjoy treating with neurokinetic therapy, acupuncture, and concussion therapy. But I always come up with a unique mix of those specialities to meet my patient’s specific needs.

Ultimately, what fuels me is my love for helping people. And not just with their physical pain – but with the mental strain that comes with pain or injury. I know from my own experiences that sometimes the most important part of recovery is having someone to talk to. For me, it’s about more than just diagnosing you and seeing you out the door. It’s a process – and I’m here to help see you through it, from treatment to managing your health on your own.

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